We appreciate the desire to give your child or student the best foundation in life, particularly if they show an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Maths (often referred to as STEM). That’s why we’ve curated a list of our favourite resources to take that love of creating and problem solving one step further.

EoT Recommended Online Resources for STEM Learning

Check out our favorite ways to explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math at home!


Engineer-in-Residence program

This initiative pairs professional engineers with their local elementary or high school. Working closely with the teacher, engineers develop a program of activities to support curriculum learning in engaging and novel ways. Students gain exposure to an engineering role model and come away with a better understanding of what engineering actually is!

Watch this video about the program.

This program is available free of charge for schools across Ontario. For more information, check out the website or take this flyer (EIR Flyer Download) to your teacher.

Forms, Program Guide, and other EIR related resources can be found on the EIR Resources Page.

National Engineering Month

This campaign celebrates engineering excellence and takes place across Canada in March every year. Visit nemontario.ca regularly for an up-to-date list of events taking place across Ontario and follow @nemontario on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for the latest activities taking place in your area. Don’t forget to share your photos with us!

EoT YouTube Channel

Miss one of our webinars?  They are all recorded and available for replay on our YouTube channel!  Don't forget to subscribe once you are there!

Book Lists

Our favorite STEM books for kids:  Download PDF

Podcasts we love

  • 99% Invisibile 99% Invisible is about all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world.
  • The Engineering Commons - The Engineering Commons podcast is hosted entirely by engineers and deals with some difficult concepts in a transparent manner.

Websites we love

These are some of our favourite ‘go-to’ websites.

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